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    July 11, 2011
    6:00 - 7:00am EDT  

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good morning, atlantis. >> the astronauts -- >> well, that's great, that's a nice high energy day for a busy day. now, you're waking up the way that the astronauts woke up this morning. the big task in outer space is moving a 12-ton module into place.
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it's 6:00 and a summer like day's start. sharon has problems on the pavement and marty has the weather. >> well, shuttle wakeup music will be over in a few days. there's your impact in your neighborhood. we'll point that out. it will be a sunny, hot one. it's the middle of july, it's supposed to be this way. mid-70s now and on the way to 94. the normal is 88. it is what it is. it will be getting hotter tomorrow. we'll be closer to a hundred. we'll talk about that shortly. if you have a ton and a half module to move around, here's sharon gibala. well, you shouldn't have too many problems at this hour. we have just a few minor issues.
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that's on chesterfield at hawkins road. one lane is blocked there. everything's running at full speed. the top and the westsides are looking good. no issues out there on the westside. that's at old court road. the eastside is looking nice. especially with the sunrise. traveling downtown, they started construction for the grand prix on light street between key highway and pratt street. remember, wjz-13 is always on, for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. back to you, don. thank you, and here's what people will be talking about today. it's a violent sunday in the city. two were killed and several for shot and a woman is found dead. this is all in 24 hours. >> reporter: good morning, don and everyone. four people were murdered in the city over the weekend. the police are looking for a
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suspect in at least one case. [woman crying] >> reporter: family members sobbed as the name -- medical examiner's cart away this lady's body. this is her sister. >> i can't believe she's gone. >> reporter: she was home with her children and a man attacked her. he didn't think about her kids being in the house. >> reporter: she recently graduated from truck driving school. i hope they catch the guy and let justice serve himself. no matter what people going through, it's no way to take another person's life. >> reporter: she was one of four killed over the weekend. this shall 46-year-old was
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killed, a 22-year-old was shot in the chest nearby. early saturday morning, a 25- year-old died after he was stabbed in the leg during a fight on charles street. as for patsy person, the police are tracking a solid lead, but releasing little information on the other murders. >> all of the incidents appear to be unrelated. the city fire department was rescuing two men late last night. they needed help once they got in the water. the emergency crews pulled the men safely out. the investigators are back on the scene of a hotel fire. good morning, officials determined where the fire started and how it started remains a mystery. >> reporter: 160 guests in
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catonsville scrambled for safety. >> i was nervous. you couldn't breathe. >> reporter: now, investigators said that the fire started at a locked storage room. they don't know the cause yet. two guests were treated for smoke inhalation and the hotel suffered $3.5 million in damage. >> we come down and enjoy ourselves. >> reporter: guests like this who brought his family to see the national aquarium were allowed back to pick up their belongings sunday morning. >> we watched them from across the street. they were busting the windows out and everything. we're disappointed they didn't put us up anywhere. >> one firefighter was treated at the scene. that blaze took 3.5 hours to get under control. the price of gas is on the rise this morning national average far gallon of
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regular is up 6 cents. oil prices are rising because the supply may be tightening. we shouldn't worry about 4- dollar a gallon gasoline. as when there are any disruptions, most expect the gas prices to raise. >> you'll pay $3.62 on average in our area. that's up 6-cents in a week, but 12 cents lower than a month ago. the relationship between pakistan and the united states could get more strained. the white house is with holding military aid to the country. the chief of staff says that the leaderships must improve. the situation in pakistan has been worsened. later on today, the man who fell to his death at a ranger's
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game will be layed -- laid to rest. he fell head first trying to catch a ball into the stands by josh hamilton. members of the team's front office are attending the funeral. it's a very, very sad day for the texas rangers organization. >> stone was a firefighter in brownwood, texas. today's funeral procession includes a hundred fire trucks. the orioles needing to regroup, coming off of their 7th straight loss yet. -- loss yesterday. the birds took a three one lead. the pitching staff struggled again. red sox hit three home runs. the orioles were swept in back to back series. and it's a set back for the yankees.
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a-rod is getting surgery on his right knee today. he should be back in the lineup for the last month of the season. and now for a contact sport. the running of the bulls in spain. thousands of the runners took to the streets for the world famous event. one runner was injured today. two people are still hospitalized from previous incidents. they have three runs remaining. for. >> well, there you go. immortalized by hemmingway in "the sun also rises." if he had never wrote about that -- >> a lot of people wouldn't be hurt. a little bit of press goes a long way. >> yeah. let's look at the forecast. well, look, i have no problem with it being in the mid-to upper 90s this time of the year. normal is 88 degrees.
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five above it, today -- well, excuse me, 6 above it today. tomorrow, i'm not going to lie to you, it's going to be a bit oppressive. it's going to be fine weather in the extended out look. good morning, ronnie, how are you today? >> well, it's comfortable. i snuck a peek at the extended forecast. pool weather coming up. >> yeah, we're talking mid-80s. what do you got for us? >> we're happy to be here. it's another manic monday with the team at deco. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,
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78% humidity. the winds are calm. the barometer has risen. 3 degrees warmer now than this time yesterday. it was only 1 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. we're talk about the upper 60s in western maryland. 73 in hagerstown and 72 in easton. the mid-70s in d.c., pax river and ocean city. 70 in westminster and 75 in annapolis, rock hall and kent island. high pressure runs the show. it becomes the heat pump tomorrow. we'll have a cold pump tomorrow. lit make its appearance in the region tomorrow. it flips everything into next week,. 94 degrees is the high. humid compared to yesterday's 90.
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tomorrow, we're all going to see an afternoon thunderstorm. 97 -- 99-degrees is the high. look at the mid-80s here. that's for thursday, friday, and saturday. what awaits you on the way to work? well, not much to get in your way. we have an area of construction to tell you about. this is for the the grand prix. this is going to affect you on light street. northbound lanes on light street, you'll see some construction there in the next few weeks. that could close lanes. otherwise, heading out on the beltway, everything is still averaging full speed on the top and the westside. people can say the same things for 83. there's the harrisburg expressway. it's empty there at this hour. same thing for 795. there's the topside of the road there. you'll find quality cars and
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trucks. save more in the long run. toyota, moving forward. now, it's time for manic monday. all right, let's send it to the ronster. good morning. >> how are you, good morning. >> loving it. studio j.. the ledge -- legendary jimmy's. here's godly davis. how are you doing, godly. i'm wonderful, thank you for having us. >> we have people here from easton, maryland. nice. >> >> who's here from easton? >> they left at 3:30 this morning. we have people from landover here. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> and we have people from am saned gentleman -- alexandria, virginia. >> we partner with hospitals to assist uninsured patients. we have a local office in baltimore. if anyone's been denied, we can help them get benefits. our representatives are christmas -- passionate. passionate-- our representatives are compassionate. >> thank you for coming down, traveling a long time, that's for sure. we have the crew over here. we have tony, luther, joe. >> everything is peachy. thank you for the forecast. >> john from edgewood.
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you doing okay, coach? >> i'm surviving. good morning, guys. >> i'm ma bell. >> ma bell is in the house. >> luther, let me hear the magic words. >> maestro, the music if you please! >> i love hearing that. i love hearing that. yes, in deed. >> where are you spinning this week, anywhere? >> costas inn. i'm doing the karaoke. >> here's deco. stand by. ♪ 6:00 already, i was just in the middle of a dream. i was kissing valentino by a crystal blue italian stream. but i can't be late, because then i guess i just won't get
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paid, show me the money! these are the days when you wish your bed was already made, it's just another manic monday, at deco. i wish it was sunday, deco, cause that's my fun day, deco. my i don't have to run day. it's just another manic monday. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, that was nice! >> we have some beautiful voices back here. >> i have to be honest with you, that was one of the most professional sounding manic mondays we've had. >> could you come forward, ladies. >> we have a shoe fashion show this morning. >> well, what's going on here. well, i'm loving it. i'm loving it. >> hold on, lori, you set it
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up, you have a fabulous cbs mug. >> thank you, ron. >> and we want to invite you back for november. >> i want to flag the tape, in october, when we look at the finalists, based on the singing, we'll have to revisit this. i'm not promising anything, but we'll have to revisit that one. >> the folks at deco, give yourselves a big hand. >> you know, normally, when we revisit, we're looking for people holding up props, but i don't think -- >> well, we both reacted to the harmony. >> that was beautiful harmony. have a great day, stay cool, see you later. >> thank you, guys. awesome. >> yeah, wow is right. shoes weren't bad either. >> just ahead on wjz:
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>> reporter: if an electric future is rolling forward, how many will be able to jump on board for the ride? that's as eyewitness news continues. ,,,, another good thing about geico is, they've got, like, real live people working there 24/7. so like say you need to report a claim, alright. a real person will be there to help you. then you can use geico.com to view photos of the damage, track your claim, print an estimate. you want an english muffin? they literally hand you a toasted muffin with butter and jam. (sigh) whaa. tasty.
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that's, that's a complete dramatization of course, but you get my point. vo: geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. the kincaids live here. across the street, the padillas. ben and his family live here, too. ben's a re/max agent, and he's a big part of this community. there are lots of reasons why re/max agents average more sales than other agents. experience, certainly. but maybe it's also because they care about the markets they serve and the neighbors who rely on them. nobody sells more real estate than re/max.
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already, good morning. temperatures in the 70s now. we'll look at the forecast
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today. we'll go far high of 94 degrees. sunny and proud ditch -- sunny and partly cloudy. 72 right now, a high of 98 degrees. that will break the record from early last century maybe. emptying the pockets to fill the gas tanks. it's a reality for most of us now. it doesn't have to be in the future. that's a finding of a new study. >> reporter: when gas prices were $4 up this past spring, the numbers did the crunching. it's skyrocketed. price volatility falls into the line of this study. they see a way to get off of oil. >> it helps us to reduce our depence dance -- dependence
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over the coming decade. >> reporter: the biggest game changer is better gas mileage for cars. or better yet, no gas, all electric vehicles and maryland is ahead of many states. >> we are in a leadership position now to have some 70 electric vehicle charging stations installed statewide. this annapolis company builds the stations. it's the kind that empower the volt. >> you see so many prius around. especially, they're in open areas. that's what we'll see with the cars. >> reporter: the big problem is paying for the technology. gas prices are cheaper now, but maybe not down the road. >> we'll see the continued gas drops. by 2015, this is going to be cheaper. >> reporter: provided that the
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car's batteries cost less now. alex demetrick, wjz, eyewitness news. >> reducing the oil consumption could also improve air quality in the state of maryland. next up this morning, here on wjz-13: >> reporter: president obama puts on more pressure, republicans are not giving in. washington is divided over a debt limit deal. i'm joel brown, in washington. >> reporter: good morning, i'm live outside of city police head quarters. the investigators are trying to solve four weekend murders. we'll have the latest, just ahead. it's the last day for the royal visit. where do the couple go? i'll have the story, coming up. and no matter where you're going, you shouldn't run into too many problems just yet. now, this is out on dvd.
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it's the bottom of the hour. that's a live look south west this morning over montgomery park to i-95 as it comes into the city. a few moments ago, that was a humid haze. sharon has the traffic as well. let's look at the graphic. we're in for a few hot days. we're in the middle of july. that's not unexpected. tomorrow, it will be hotter than you would expect, closer to 100. mid-70s now. 89 at lunch and 91 degrees at
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dinner time. how about the rush right now? here's sharon gibala at traffic control. we're getting busier now. we have a few accidents in parkville. one is causing various lane closure. it's at harford road. police are directing the traffic on the scene. this is at greenspring and meantime, traveling on the topside, watch for a bail of hay on the outer lupe blocking the right lane. there's a disabled vehicle at o'donnell street. there's a look at the drive times and the speeds on the beltway. there's a live look at the northwestside. sun glare could be a factor there. and the same for dulaney valley road. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, buy right the first time and save more in the long run. at the top of the news, the
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issue's been at the top of the news for quite some time, the national debt and debt ceiling. the talks may not be going anywhere. here's joel brown with more. >> reporter: president obama plans on sitting down with congressional leaders today and every day until a debt deal gets done. be sides the rare sunday night session, they made little progress if any. the president wants the lawmakers to accept a plan. republicans are rejecting all tax hikes with it. >> it's a big package with big tax increases in the middle of the economic situation. that's difficult with 9.2 unemployment. it's a job killer. >> reporter: even democrats are raising concerns about the president's plans. >> he said, we're not going to
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end the medicare guarantee. >> reporter: president obama scheduled a news conference for this morning. he said that a deal must be reached within the next week and a half. >> the president made it clear, he could do difficult things and the republicans will have to do things, too. >> reporter: if the deal isn't approved by august 2nd, the treasury department says that the government will run out of money to pay for the bills. and the new head of the monetary fund warns that the impact would be felt worldwide. one of two funerals for betty ford will get underway tomorrow. that will be open to the public in palm dessert, california. as will the other one in michigan. ford died over the weekend at the age of 93. she'll be buried with her husband in michigan.
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back here, city homicide detectives are tracking murderers and leads. the police have one solid lead. andrea fujii has more live outside of the city police head quarters. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. the city police aren't releasing much information about the four murders that took place over the weekend. they're looking for a suspect in the beating death of a woman. [woman crying] >> reporter: family members sobbed as the medical examiners cart away the body of this lady. this is her sister. >> i can't believe my baby sister is gone. you hear about stuff like this happening, you never think this could happen to you. >> reporter: she was home with her children when she believes a man attacked her. her kids were in the house. they were in the next room.
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>> reporter: she recently graduated from truck driving school. >> we hope they catch this guy and let justice serve itself. >> no matter what people going through, it's not way to take another person's life like that. >> this 46-year-old was stabbed. the police found this man shot in the chest nearby. that's along lester morton court. early saturday morning, a 25- year-old died after being stabbed in the leg during a fight on charles street. >> the police don't believe any of the murders are related. as always, you can get any information on the incidents. the person sought after a man was killed off the 4th of july display at the inner harbor. he's turned himself in. he surrendered early saturday afternoon. he used a broken bottle to stab
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another man in the neck that -- night. he had a long history. federal regulators are telling exxon to plan on cleaning up their oil spill. they haven't planned anything yet so far. exxon has been given a week to come up with the plan. william and kate have left los angeles and they're heading home. here's the visit. >> reporter: back over the pond they go. the royal couple who wowed everyone from celebrities to inner city kids. >> he needs no introduction. >> reporter: the last stop was at a job's program for veterans. >> to help those returning from
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acts of service to open a new chapter in their lives. >> reporter: they gave a royal treat to the console general where they stayed all weekend. for those only hoping for a royal siting, it was a thrill. i'm in tears. >> she shook our hands and she was friendly and gracious. >> reporter: when people think of los angeles, they picture hollywood, not skid row. a royal visit puts a spotlight on the needy. >> reporter: kids shared their paint and talents here. >> they also spent a week and a half in canada. you may find something shocking on your facebook wall this morning.
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it's a link to a leaked casey anthony confession video. that's what the person who pest -- posted it wants you to believe. it could contain a virus. delete the message without opening it the show will go on for david letterman after a man vandalized his theater. the police arrested a 22-year- old for breaking through the doors and trashing the lobby. he appeared to be drinking. >> i don't know why someone should do something like that. >> the doors to the studio and the set were padlocked. that prevented him from getting in there. >> from hollywood, the new "transformers" fights its way to the top of the box office. it's now the highest grossing filling of the -- film of the
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year. >> adam pac-man jones is in trouble with the law again. he was kicked out of a bar in cincinnati yesterday morning. he refused to calm down and he had to be restrained. he's had numerous legal problems in the past. he's been suspended several times by the nfl. now, to the women's world cup. check out what happens. this lady tied the game up and in a shootout, they got it to go in, giving america the win. team usa faces france on wednesday. while the orioles are entering the all star break. the boston red sox had just enough to get past the red sox again. the orioles will begin a 10 game home stand thursday when the indians come to town.
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and it's stage nine for the tour to france. there were several wow crashes yesterday. most of the riders will be able to continue on. this person avoids it all and wins the stage. this man is in the overall lead at this point. that car looks like it moves to the right to avoid a tree alongside the road. >> there's way too much traffic on the roads. what was that, last week, a motorcycle came through. >> yeah. that's getting stupid at this point. with all do respect. now,thest like the boston marathon. okay, sure. hundreds of people are doing it now. >> i mean, that was just flatout wrong. >> and cover it with a helicopter, you won't interfere. >> huge round of applause to
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the usa ladies. i'm telling you, watching it, that was totally excelling -- compelling. when that shot went in -- first off; the kick that set up the shot was world class! that wasn't some willy nilly, get the ball down the field. that ball was kicked almost 3/4 of the length of the field. you see the header in. that gets your attention. the setup shot was unbelievable. there i logged on to the social media when that ball went in. for the next 20 minutes, that's all anyone was talking about. you don't think people aren't watching. you're sorely mistaken. that was huge. and the semifinals this weekend -- and that was a crock. oh, boom!
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my son railed against that one. that was ridiculous. well, forget it. >> well, 11:30 wednesday morning. let's look at the forecast. we'll be there. >> going for a high around 94 degrees and sunny and partly cloudy. it will be hotter and more humid than yesterday's 90. >> it's that time of the year. 72, we'll mention a thunderstorm in the area tonight. we'll all see a thunderstorm. it's going to be a bit oppressive. sunny, hot and humid. wait until you see the rest of the five day. overall, slamming it, living large. coming up, it's dave foley. this is called "classic kids in the haul." we're going to learn about his new series starting on cbs this fall. sharon gibala has traffic control and we'll be back.
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all right, good morning. welcome down south. it's 72 degrees with 78% humidity. the winds are barely moving. the barometer is at 30.01. last time we checked, it was warmer than it is now. 73 in hagerstown and low 70s in elkton and easton. mid-70s d.c., pax river and ocean city. westminster, 70. bel air at 73 and 75 in annapolis, rock hall and kent island. we have a big dome of high pressure running the show. tomorrow, it will last up to 100 degree. now, we'll define the weather for the bulk of the forecast. 72, partly cloudy tonight. we could have a thunderstorm tomorrow. maybe a gusty one and a high of
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98 degrees record is 97. 90 and the mention of a thunderstorm. behind the front. the humidity levels are dropped we have a good forecast. hi, don, good morning. well, if you're about to head out, we're getting a few more problems. one accident is with the police directing the traffic at harford road. various lane closures there. we have an accident in the city at greenspring avenue. we have an issue on the topside of the beltway. apparently, there's a hay bail in the lane. on 50 eastbound at the bay bridge, watch for debris on the road there. no delays on 95. we could look at 95.
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that's 95 at whitemarsh, looking good there. everything's looking good at the beltway. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, moving forward. well, this morning's coffee with is brought to you by a&e. >> dave foley, huge round of applause. [ applause ] >> what's in the white mug? >> well, it's black tea and honey, i have a dreadful cold. whisky would have worked better. it's early. >> what would it normally be? >> usually, this time of the morning, black coffee. >> you take it black? >> yes, i'm masculine. >> i'm all testosterone, baby.
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>> do you put salt in it? >> no. i don't. >> we were talking, you have time in baltimore. you were here with the kids. >> yes. >> what was your favorite thing? >> i loved the theater on the river. i think it was on the river, we were on water. >> the pier six pavilion. >> yeah, i loved it. it was beautiful. and we had great shows in baltimore. we had terrific audiences. that was good, if the shows were bad, we would have jumped in the water. >> and all of the people in boats were seeing the boats for free. >> they've not put up a privacy fence yesterday.
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>> and i walk the streets with a privacy fence. i don't want anyone to see. >> what do you have nothing on -- what do you have going on now? >> well, the kids in the hall coming out. we have the original, uncensored versions and we had an eight part mini series. we've done that as well. >> do you enjoy being called the creator of a cult classic. >> we're happy with cult classic. break away hit would have been fine, too. cult classic, we're still here, that's good. >> you know what happens with cult classics. people will get together and drink a bottle and -- [ indiscernible ]
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they wear their best sneakers and wait for the rapture. >> no, that was last month. >> that's coming up again. i put a message to god on the facebook page, if the rapture doesn't come, having crabs at the house. >> you have a new series coming up on cbs? >> yeah, i'm excited. it's called how to be a gentlemen, starting cbs in the fall. i'm really excited about it. >> give us the pitch. >> well, it's david hornsby written. a guy writes for "g q" and it turns out to be more of "maxim."
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he has to be meaner. his former high school bully teaches him how to be mean. >> we'll do a tour with you about the show. i'm excited about that. in the meantime, there's the cult classic. now would be a perfect time to buy a christmas prez -- present. >> you can get it on amazon. >> all the best to everyone in baltimore. thank you, very much, we'll talk to you later. i'm working on the theater with the fire escape over the river. >> you know, when you're back stage, the water comes up to both sides. we've been backstage there and the stairs go along to side. you know what, pier 6, it's still a heck of a venue. we'll be back. [ female announcer ] they've been off limits to dieters since time began. not anymore. ♪
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here are the updates this morning. >> we're calling for a high of 94 degrees. a little hotter and more humid than yesterday's 90. we'll send it to sharon gibala now. how's it going? well, still following accidents. one in parksville. we're watching that one with the police directing traffic at harford road. there's an accident in the city on smith and greenspring. watch for debris on the topside of the outer lupe. blocking the right lane there. disabled vehicle at 95 southbound there. you're also looking at debris
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on 50 eastbound on the bay bridge. no delay on the beltway and any other roadway. this traffic is brought to you by home paramount pest control. protect your home from the invisible destroyier. back to you, don. baltimore city police will have their hands full after a violent weekend. a 41-year-old was found dead yesterday afternoon. the investigators are seeking a man in the case. the police say that the four cases appear to be unrelated. the man sought following the deadly stabbing at the inner harbor turned himself in. the 32-year-old surrendered saturday afternoon. he used a broken bottle to stab a man in the neck. the man was visiting from alabama. gasoline prices are on the rise again.
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you'll pay $3.62 for a gallon of regular. aaa says that oil prices are tightening. and organizers of the grand prix are helping produce up the city. the baltimore business journal is reporting that the grand prix donated $100,000 to the communities closest to the race course. and the orioles are licking their wounds heading into the all star break. they took a lead against the red sox early on and the pitching staff struggled once again. and stay with wjz-13, maryland's news station. as you look live at the capitol dome in washington, d.c., more about ,,,,,,,,
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[ bailiff ] fee court is now in session. come on out, guys. the jury has reached its decision. now, you guys found the other airline guilty of charging a 150-dollar change fee. you bet! southwest would never do that. and that was after she changed her flight and paid the difference in airfare. that other airline treated her wrong. she was understandably upset. well, who can afford a 150-dollar change fee? he was surprised with the verdict. you got that right. [ male announcer ] don't pay a change fee on top of a fare difference. fly southwest, the only major airline that never charges change fees.
6:59am
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